Info on community flu and COVID vaccine clinics.
Morse Community Initiative as well as Class of 24 officers are holding a movie night on Wednesday, November 8th, in the Montgomery Theater. Entry is free, but donations are appreciated. All donations will go to the Maine Community Foundation, which is helping distribute money to those affected by the Lewiston tragedy. We hope to see you there!
Does your student have an interest or passion for an extracurricular or supplemental program that is outside of our regular school funding? Could they use some fiscal support in pursuing that passion? This fall's awards are supported by the Class of 1953 and it is now open for applications. Students are invited to apply until December 1.
CLICK HERE TO APPLY: https://www.826enrich.org/apply
Morse High School presents the 94th annual MoHiBa! MoHiBa Mystery!
Friday, November 17th at 7:00pm & Saturday, November 18th at 7:00pm. Montgomery Theater, Morse High School. Tickets only at the door: $10 adults, $5 students. Cash or check ONLY. Ticket sales will begin at 6pm. Doors to the theater will open at 6:20pm.
Come join us for an evening of fun. As tradition has it - student groups present skits, music, and dance acts. The evening is hosted by student emcees. We can't wait to see you in the audience!
There will be no school in RSU 1 tomorrow, Thursday, October 26, 2023.
Please register your student for their winter sport at the link below. All students wishing to participate in athletics at the high school must complete this online registration and it must be done prior to starting on the first day (November 20)! https://students.arbitersports.com/.../winter-2023-24
Brunswick High School and Brunswick Junior High School will be co-hosting an informational presentation to help families better understand the dangers of marijuana use entitled Understanding High-Potency Marijuana on Tuesday, October 24 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm, in Crooker Theater at Brunswick High School. Our speaker for the evening will be Dave Packhem, Founder and Executive Director of Students Empowered to End Dependency (SEED), several panelists, and the BSD Substance Use Counselor, Geno Ring. The panelists will have a variety of backgrounds: including medical professionals, mental health professionals and individuals in recovery. Their diversity in experience will hopefully provide eye opening insights as they share their knowledge and experience on all matters related to substance use and addiction – specifically, the use of cannabis. During the event, we will be offering child care for parents who wish to attend the presentation and panel discussion. It will be located in a classroom near the theater provided by a BJHS staff member and student volunteers. We are able to provide childcare for children older than 2 years old.
Morse Drama presents an evening of short plays touching on everything from board game addictions to school dances. One night only! 🎭 Friday, October 20th at 7pm, Montgomery Theater, Morse High School, Tickets: Donations Accepted!
The Bath Rotary raised money through its annual golf tournament to support the building of the Morse Unified Greenhouse. Rotarians presented Morse Unified students with a check for $10,000. Thank you Bath Rotary!
Bath Elementary PTA is gearing up for their 5th annual Makers Market. Have some awesome crafts that you are wanting to showcase? Can you bake something so yummy it’s a shame not to share? Sign up with the below Google Form to join us this year. This is open to PreK to 12th Grade for all RSU 1! Makers Market will take place on November 11th at Fisher-Mitchell School. Sign up now: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1-BkOmbdZds3O6BuzseEaDdvp2nHV1rDuw8biPDj7DZQ/edit
Spirit Week is just around the corner! Check out the flyers for more info.
📣Attention MHS students!📣 On Wednesday, September 20, swing by the Fishbowl directly after school to find your perfect dress or suit for the upcoming Homecoming Dance (October 14). Tons of options available!👗👔 Special thanks to our volunteers that have organized this drive!
Are you cleaning out your closet? Please consider donating your clean, gently-used formal and semi-formal dresses, suits, shoes and other accessories for upcoming school dances to a student at Morse. 👗 Items can be dropped off in the Main Office on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 6a-2p or 5-7p.
Summer office hours are Monday-Friday*, 6 AM to 2 PM. *Occassionally the office will be closed, please call 443-8250 opt 4 to verify.
Do you have a family member or friend who is unable to make it to graduation? The Morse graduation will be broadcasted via LiveStream on the Morse High School Youtube channel at: https://bit.ly/morseyoutube
FREE Rock Band Concert on Sunday, June 4 at 4pm at the Library Gazebo! 🎸🎤🥁
Did you happen to see these Shipbuilders and Destroyers at the Memorial Day Parade? This parade route is long and tough! The students make it look easy, but it is NOT. This parade takes preparation, focus, commitment, perseverance and cooperation - all of that in large doses. Great job by all!